Japanese robot “sweats” when push-UPS
Engineers at JSK robotics laboratory at the University of Tokyo have created a robot Kengoro, “sweating” during exercise. Developed a skeleton of porous aluminum secretes a fluid, the evaporation of which cools the engines (they have a humanoid robot with a height of 1.7 meters and a weight of 56 kg in the presence of whole 108 pieces). This system is three times more efficient than conventional air cooling and better than traditional water cooling, however, it is inferior installations with radiators and fans. The company noted that Kengoro able to wring out from the floor in 11 minutes without overheating the motors.
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